Technology | Cardiac PACS | March 09, 2018

Siemens Healthineers Launches Next Generation of syngo Dynamics at ACC 2018

Newest version of cardiovascular imaging and information system emphasizes enhanced security, widespread access, enterprise consistency and structure reporting

Siemens Healthineers Launches Next Generation of syngo Dynamics at ACC 2018

March 9, 2018 — At the American College of Cardiology’s 67th Annual Scientific Session and Expo, March 10-12 in Orlando, Fla., Siemens Healthineers launched the next generation of syngo Dynamics, a cardiovascular imaging and information solution. The newest version of the software emphasizes enhanced security, widespread access, enterprise consistency and structured reporting.

Siemens Healthineers developed the next generation of syngo Dynamics with enhanced security features and improved workflow capabilities that enable both fast and secure readings from any location. Now HTML 5-enabled, syngo Dynamics can be accessed remotely with a common worklist on a variety of platforms, allowing users to access images across imaging modalities on any device. This single point of access ensures that all data is included in one place and available to users at a glance.

In addition, syngo Dynamics offers healthcare organizations consistency throughout their enterprises. The technology can be deployed easily and efficiently, launching the syngo Dynamics software in every hospital within a healthcare system at once. This enterprise-wide approach also enables faster and easier system upgrades.

The software enables fast, precise and smart structured reporting with customizable reports and worksheets that auto-populates measurements, calculations and observational data. The new version of syngo Dynamics comes equipped with intuitive and streamlined tools for reading and reporting such as an all new measurement and calculation palette.

For more information: www.usa.healthcare.siemens.com

 

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